New York Jets: Eight Picks Later, How Do the Draft Choices Fit in New York?

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New York Jets: Eight Picks Later, How Do the Draft Choices Fit in New York?
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The biggest question for Jets fans now is how their eight draft picks are going to fit into the team.

This was the most picks the Jets have had since 2006, when they drafted 10 players. Among those 10 were D'Brickashaw Ferguson (No. 4 overall), Nick Mangold (No. 29), Eric Smith (No. 97), Brad Smith (No. 103) and Leon Washington (No. 117). That has amounted to three Pro Bowlers, a starter (Eric Smith—who shouldn't be starting, but is acceptable in the box when rotating with other players) and a major gadget player (Brad Smith).

Can the Jets duplicate that success with the 2012 class?

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